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Wild Brew at Cox Convention Center

Wild Brew combines Tulsa’s best restaurants with first-rate beers by artisan brewers from the U.S. and around the world. This year's Wild Brew will be on August 23rd 5:00pm-8:00pm at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Tulsa and feature live music by local favorites - Mid-Life Crisis.  Tickets for Wild Brew start at $70 and can be purchased online.Wild Brew is a terrific event that supports an internationally recognized, nonprofit conservation organization. Funds from the event underwrite educational projects such as the bald eagle nest Web cam, a statewide live bird school program and the Sutton Natural History Forum and scholarship program. These activities teach kids the importance of native birds to our ecosystem in a way that’s fun, meaningful and consistent with Oklahoma school standards. You can take part in this legendary Tulsa event by purchasing a ticket and attending or becoming a sponsor.


Our Mission:

The Sutton Center was founded in 1983 as a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding cooperative conservation solutions for birds and the natural world through science and education. In 1997 the Center affiliated with the University of Oklahoma through the Oklahoma Biological Survey in the College of Arts and Sciences. Our biologists and governing board strive to protect natural resources and environments where birds live and breed. Through their efforts, the Center has become an internationally recognized leader in avian conservation.

Research and Conservation Programs:

One of the Sutton Center’s most successful projects has been re-establishment of the bald eagle as a nesting bird in Oklahoma and other southeastern states. As a result, our national bird was removed from the list of endangered and threatened wildlife in the summer of 2007. Currently, the Center is researching the lesser prairie chicken, identifying threats and developing management techniques to halt the decline of this prairie icon. Other projects include publication of papers related to our prairie songbird conservation program, as well as ongoing surveys of bald eagle nests in Oklahoma, and a seven-year undertaking to produce a full-color Oklahoma Winter Bird Atlas as a companion volume to our Oklahoma Breeding Bird Atlas.

Education Programs:

The Sutton Center places strong emphasis on education through programs including:

  • It’s All About Birds!  - More than a dozen native and exotic birds fly around the auditorium in an exciting presentation that teaches students about science, biology and the ecosystem. The show highlights the importance of birds in art, history, literature and philosophy.
  • The Sutton Natural History Forum  - Photographers and cinematographers from National Geographic have shared their experiences with more than 53,000 Tulsa area students at this annual event. In addition, the Sutton Center, with support from NatureWorks and corporate sponsors, has awarded more than $85,000 in scholarships to conservation-minded Oklahoma students over the last four years.
  • Bald Eagle Nest Camera  -Continuous Web cam coverage gives viewers in more than 60 countries a rare look at our national bird. Online visitors can watch bald eagles hunt, feed their young and defend the nest.

How You Can Help:

As a nonprofit, the Sutton Center relies on the generous support of business leaders, as well as private and corporate foundations in the communities we serve. To learn more about helping or about our programs, contact the Center at 918.336.7778 or visit

Free Lemonade to Benefit Little Light House

The Cheesecake Factory Volunteers for the summer every Wednesday from 10:00 am till 2:00 pm in Broken Arrow for Keith's Ice Cold Lemonade Stand.

Lemonade is free and donations are appreciated! All proceeds go directly to The Little Light House, a tuition free Christian school for children age two to six with special needs.

Visit us in front of The Apothecary Shoppe in Broken Arrow located at 510 N. Elm Pl. Broken Arrow, OK 74012 or any of the other 9 locations throughout Tulsa.

Remember We ALL Stand for Something!

Waltz on The Wild Side

Waltz on the Wild Side

June 20th

Tulsa Zoo

Click HERE for event info.

K95.5 Connects: Keith's Ice Cold Lemonade Stand

Keith Boyd, the CEO of Keith’s Ice Cold Lemonade Stand has created a lemonade stand to raise money for The Little Light House that helps special needs children in Tulsa.   His goal is to raise $250,000 this summer with your help!  Each 

Each Wednesday through August 20th, ten Tulsa area Chick-fil-A locations and will offer a Keith's Lemonade Stand special between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For donation of any amount, guests will receive a cup of either Chick-fil-A Lemonade or Chick-fil-A Sweet Tea. For donations of $100 or more, guests will receive a reusable Chick-fil-A cup that they can take to any Tulsa-area Chick-fil-A restaurant through August 20 for unlimited beverage refills.

Keith’s Ice Cold Lemonade Stand will be featured at the Tulsa Drillers game on Thursday, June 26, where Boyd  will throw out the first pitch.

Participating sponsors of Keith’s Ice Cold Lemonade Stand include:, Tulsa-area Chick-fil-A restaurants, Bob Hurley Ford, Lawn America,  FOX23, The Apothecary Shoppe, The Vintage Pearl, The Journey Training, M&M Lumber Co., Sunkist, Tetley, TetleyHarris Food Group, Lamar Advertising Group, American Waste Control, Halo Branded Solutions, Domino Foods, Bryan Smith State Farm Agency, E-Z Up, Red Dog Construction and Healthy Living Games.


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Tougher Than Hell

Saturday, June 14th

14th Annual Tougher Than Hell Motorcycle Rally

For Website: CLICK HERE

Guts Church

Weekend Pass: $20

Tougher Than Hell has two causes:(1) Feeding children and drilling water wells in La Gonâve, Haiti and (2) providing assistance to the Tulsa community and surrounding areas through the Guts Distribution Center.

5:00pm Rules of the Ride (Mainstage)

5:05pm Bless the Bikes (Mainstage)

5:10pm Ride Begins (View ride map HERE)

5:00pm – 8:00pm Lead Pack Dinner Served

6:30pm – 8:00pm Bikes Return

7:30pm Bike Show Judging / People’s Choice Voting

8:00pm Lonestar Begins

9:30pm Lonestar Finishes / Pastor Bill Speaks / Lead Pack Lounge Closes

9:45pm Bike Show Awards

10:00pm Giveaway

Fallen Angel Benefit Show at Venue Shrine

Little Danny Baker & Friends Benefit Concert at the Venue Shrine on Saturday May 24th will start at 12:00 Noon and go until 1:30AM.

The featured Lineup is Crazy Snake at 12:00, Pakman 1:00PM, Creeler 2;00PM, Scott Musick & Danny Timms 3:00PM, Steve Pryor Band 4:00PM, Don White 5:00PM, Paul Benjaman with Little Danny Baker as backing band 6:00PM, Lon De Ada 7:00PM, The Tulsa Sound All Stars with David Teegarden Sr, Jamie Oldaker, Jimmy Byfield, Gary Stick Gilmore, LDB, Charles Tuberville, Walt Richmond, and maybe Bill Davis for a song or two.

Other surprise guests have been invited and will post as they confirm 8:00PM . Little Danny Baker Band 9:30PM. The Hi Fi Hippies 11:30PM, All Star Jam at 12:30AM until closing. This should be one of the best shows of the year and you can't beat the price of $10.00 donation at the door.

Top of The Town

Top of the TownReaching the Heights of Tulsa for the Children The 6th annual Top of the Town will open up exclusive access to interesting venues while helping the Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) and its much-needed programs.

Co-chairs Teresa Burkett and Ann Domin were encouraged by the sold-out crowds at past events, and have been pleased by the support to-date of the June 12th evening.  "Top of the Town celebrates the revitalization of Tulsa's downtown.  Some of the views are breathtaking, and discovering what's new is always fun," said Burkett. "The fact that this special evening supports quality child care in northeastern Oklahoma makes it a one of a kind event."

One $40 ticket ($5 after June 1) gives you the chance to sample lots of fun in the downtown area from 6:00-10:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 12, 2014.  Most locations will showcase live music provided by The MusicLynx Network, food and beverages.  Each participant will also be given 3 free drink tickets.  Venues to date include:

- One Williams Center/BOK Tower (new this year!)- Executive Building/Switchgear (new this year!)- MidContinent Tower-15th floor- Philcade Building-see the historic Waite Phillips Penthouse- First Place Tower-what a view from the 41st floor- Kennedy Building Atrium - 320 South Boston-lobby and tunnels- Mayo 420 Building-see a model apartment, a rooftop view and how this historic beauty has been transformed - Atlas Building / Courtyard by Marriott –see the rooms, enjoy wonderful treats- Aloft Hotel-Downtown Tulsa--Including an exclusive tour of a private apartment atop the hotel!!!!! (new this year!)- Hyatt Regency Hotel and The Garden- Tulsa Foundation for Architecture (new this year!)- DoubleTree Hotel (new this year!) Now, you’d think would be enough for $40 ($45 after June 1)….but there’s more!  There will be raffle packages, free Tulsa Pedicab rides, and you can also get a taste of downtown restaurants as each of the following locations offer a tidbit of one of their more popular menu items:

-       The Vault-      Tulsa Press Club-      Daily Grill        -      Mod’s Coffee & Crepes-      New Atlas Grill-      Elote Cafe -       TiAmo Ristorante -       MixCo (new this year!)-       Deco  Deli (new this year!)-       Jennifer Juice (new this year!)-       Baxter's Interurban  Musicians donating their time for the evening:-       Mikey Ohlin     -       Travis & Tia-       Laron Simpson   -       Wendy Nichol-       Beau Tyler (from We The Ghost)  -       TL O'Dell-       Meggie McDonald -       Jessica Hunt-      Jason Swanson    -       Nick Whitaker (from FM Pilots)   -      HiFi Hippies     -       Jamey Hooper & Sarah Hutchison   Tickets/wristbands are just $40 per person ($45 after June 1) and available online at  For more information call 918-834-2273.  Tickets are limited. The Child Care Resource Center promotes quality, affordable child care in the Tulsa Metropolitan Area through information sharing, advocacy, training, service development and education.  CCRC is a program of the Community Service Council, a United Way agency…and supporting the Child Care Resource Center has never been more fun!   Sponsors to date include: Conner and Winters, Bank of Oklahoma, The Hille Foundation, Memorial Machine, KWB Oil Property Management, Ann Domin, Public Service Company of Oklahoma, Charlie Jackson and Tamara Raines, Caballo Energy, Tulsa Pedicabs, Tulsa Educare, Deborah Shallcross and John Gaida, Joseph and Nancy McDonald.

Venues are provided b y:  BAM, LLC, 320 Boston, LLC, Kennedy Building, LLC,  Kanbar Properties, Inc., Wiggin Properties, The Mayo Hotel, Brickhuggers, LLC, Courtyard by Marriott, Hyatt Regency, the Aloft Hotel-Downtown Tulsa.

The Folds of Honor Foundation



The Folds of Honor Foundation is rallying a nation to ensure no family is left behind in the fight to preserve American freedom. Through scholarships and other assistance, we give back to the spouses and children of soldiers killed or disabled in service to our country. We provide healing, hope and an opportunity for dreams to be realized...with the support of people like you. We feel this is our duty as citizens of the greatest country in the world. 


Over 700,000 soldiers have been killed or disabled in the military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan--Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and Operation New Dawn. These service members' families exceed the national average of 2.5 dependents per household. As of January 1, 2012, over one million dependents have been adversely affected by multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. More than 87% of the dependents affected by the recent wars do not qualify for federal scholarship assistance. While the federal government provides some support for these families, it cannot succeed alone without proactive civilian organizations to assist.


Is Folds of Honor Foundation a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation? Yes, the Folds of Honor Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Please click here to view our Form 990.  Folds of Honor Foundation's Federal I.D. number for donations is: #75-3240683.

What is the Folds of Honor Foundation's Combined Federal Campaign Number? Folds of Honor Foundation's Combined Federal Campaign Number is: #81337.  Please click here to view our CFC Message.

Where is the headquarters for the Folds of Honor Foundation? The national office for the Folds of Honor Foundation is located at:Folds of Honor Foundation5800 N Patriot DriveOwasso, OK 74055

How many scholarships have been awarded by the Folds of Honor Foundation? As of January 2013, over 5,500 scholarships have been awarded.

Can I hold an event to benefit the Folds of Honor Foundation? Yes, please complete and submit the short online form. Folds of Honor will contact you with any questions. Please contact the Foundation if you need assistance, 

Do kids need to maintain a certain GPA to receive any of the three scholarship levels? Yes – academic standards regulated by respected institution they are attending.

Do the kids need to reapply each year to receive a scholarship? Yes  

Who decides who gets the scholarships? FHF internal scholarship staff and if necessary our committee.

How much does FoH raise annually? Last year - $10 million

What percentage of the donations goes directly to the kids? 87%



For additional information on Folds of Honor, please visit their website by clicking here.


Cruise Nights on 103.3 The Eagle

Beginning on Sunday, April 26th and continuing through Sunday, July 12th, 103.3 The Eagle will host Cruise Nights each Sunday night at the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks.

At 6pm each Sunday night, 103.3 The Eagle will kick off the fun with live music.  Local hot rod and car clubs will gather at Riverwalk Crossing in Jenks to show off what they've got and support the Oklahoma Aquarium.  Come enjoy cars  and music!  Fun for the whole family!  103.3 The Eagle Cruise Nights are sponsored by Chris Nikel Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram.

Cruise Nights will begin each Sunday at 6pm and continue until dark. Drivers will have the chance to win weekly door prizes. A portion of the west side parking lot will be for drivers only.  

We are looking for drivers of street rods, muscle cars, and custom show cars, trucks and motorcycles.  If it's unique, we want to see it at Cruise Night!  

Quapaw and Arkansas Tornado Red Cross Donation Drive

UPDATE:  On Behalf of The American Red Cross, thank you for your donations.

KRMG-FM, KRAV-FM, KJSR-FM and KWEN-FM as well as Fox 23, Cox Media Group and MyTulsa 41 appreciate your call assist The American

Red Cross.  Stay tuned to these stations for the most up to date Severe Weather coverage to keep you and your family safe.


Donations will be taken today to assist The American Red Cross in aiding the victims of the deadly Quapaw, Oklahoma and Arkansas Tornado's on Sunday, April 27th 2014.  KRMG-FM, KRAV-FM, KWEN-FM and KJSR-FM along with Fox 23 News and MYTulsa41 will be collecting donations on behalf of The Red Cross from 4pm-7pm, Monday, April 28th.

Donations will be held by Regent Bank and transferred to The American Red Cross to assist the Quapaw and Arkansas tornado victims and their familes.

Checks can be made out to American Red Cross, Quapaw Disaster Relief, or American Red Cross, Arkansas Disaster Relief (this guarantees that money goes directly to that disaster).

·    Between 4pm – 7pm TODAY (4/28) we will be accepting monetary donations ONLY – please no donations of goods at this time·    We have two convenient locations to drop off your donation. 

1.) Cox Radio Tulsa Parking Lot- 7136 S. Yale Ave.  (71st and Yale) 

2.) FOX23’s Lobby at 2625 South Memorial Dr.


Here are three additional ways you can help donate to the Red Cross to support our disaster relief efforts in Oklahoma and Arkansas: Online: Go to to make an on-line donation to support the Red Cross disaster relief efforts. Text: Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 to the American Red Cross disaster relief, which helps people affected by disasters such as tornadoes, fires and floods. Mail: Mail a donation to: American Red Cross-Eastern Oklahoma Region10151 East 11th StreetTulsa, OK 74128 

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